I have a big resolution problem


  1. Posts : 34
    Win. 10 Pro
       #1

    I have a big resolution problem


    I use my 1080p TV as a monitor and I noticed that the picture wasn't scaled to the screen correctly and that in Windows Display settings the resolution was 1400 x 900. Now everything on the screen is stretched out. Here are Nvidea settings that I adjusted to:

    I have a big resolution problem-resolution-1.pngI have a big resolution problem-resolution-2.png

    The resolution in Display settings is also 1400 x 1050
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  2. Posts : 858
    Windows 10
       #2

    LAPIII said:
    I use my 1080p TV as a monitor and I noticed that the picture wasn't scaled to the screen correctly and that in Windows Display settings the resolution was 1400 x 900. Now everything on the screen is stretched out. Here are Nvidea settings that I adjusted to:

    I have a big resolution problem-resolution-1.pngI have a big resolution problem-resolution-2.png

    The resolution in Display settings is also 1400 x 1050
    According to your specs your monitor Max refresh rate is 60 Hz (Source Here :Vizio VS420LF1A Specs - CNET)

    Increasing your refresh rate to 75 Hz may work on some monitors with 60Hz cap at the expense of lowering down maximum resolution .

    So if you want the FHD resolution (1920) your TV/Monitor to work you may have to lower your GPU refresh rate to match it .
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  3. stormy13's Avatar
    Posts : 287
    Windows 10 Pro
       #3

    Are you extending or duplicating the displays? If duplicating you can't set them any higher than the resolution of the lowest display.

    If extending and it is still happening than a quick look at the manual,

    Rear Panel Connections - Vizio VS420LF User Manual [Page 11] | ManualsLib

    says to use the PC input on the TV, which looks to be a VGA connection.
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